OnlineCandidate.com is pleased to announce that it has updated its selection of downloadable political brochure templates to assist local political campaigns in creating and self-publishing attractive campaign materials.
Those without access to Quark and InDesign can still design and self-publish attractive campaign materials. Professionally designed Word templates are the best way to create consistent-looking materials that will distinguish your campaign from the competition.
Our templates come in a variety of color and design themes (over 40).
Red, White and Blue
Red and Grey Stripe
Black and Gold Judicial
Orange and Black
School Board Design
Blue and Red Patriotic
Blue Patriotic Judicial
Why purchase a single template when you can own the COMPLETE theme? Each brochure template package includes the following Microsoft Word templates:
- Political Tri-Fold Brochure Template (Letter trifold 8.5″ x 11″)
- Political Postcard Templates (4″x6″ and 4.25″ x 5.5″ designed for Avery Compatible Paper Stock)
- Rack Card Templates (3.74″ x 8.27″ trim size)
- Rack Card Templates (4″ x 9″ trim size trim size)
- Political Business Card Template (2″x3″ designed for Avery Compatible Paper Stock)
- Political Letterhead Template (8.5″ x 11″)
- Political Press Release Template (8.5″ x 11″)
Suitable for all types of political campaigns, each brochure template is easily editable, with tips and tricks added into the sample text itself. Simply add your text and replace the images with your own. Want to change the layouts or create multiple versions? It’s as easy as saving alternate files.
The current templates are in Microsoft Word format. Additional Publisher templates will be added in the near future.
We’ve recently partnered with Print and Copy Center to help our clients with their printing and mailing services. We are happy to refer you to them, knowing that they provide fast and affordable printing, political signage and mailing services.
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